The computer and small business.
Hamaker, Rex G.
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The place of the computer in small business is investigated with respect to what type of problems it can solve for small business and how the small firm can acquire time on one. The decision-making process and the importance of information is discussed in relation to small business. Several applications of computers are examined to show how the firm can use the computer in day-to-day business operations. The capabilities of a digital computer are discussed and some of its characteristics are compared to the human brain. Three methods of acquiring use of a computer are investigated and compared. The objective of this analysis is a better understanding of the computer's place in small business.
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